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New to the Vista Editorial Podcast collection:
A 4 audio segment conversation between Stephen Buckley and Colin Mills meandering about
– Colin’s religious and spiritual background
– an overview of pre-modernism [cyclical, ecological], modernism [rationality, enlightenment] and post-modernism [subjectivity, personal narratives]
– how the church fared during these paradigmatic eras
– the difference between faith and belief
– what is our higher calling?
– faith > belief
– reverent agnosticism
– how do we develop faith?
– why the US Christian right is so scary
Colin can be reached at knepomuk at yahoo dot com if you would like to discuss his ideas and experiences or get text copies of elements of our conversation.
Podcast at http://dgiVista.org/pod/colin1.mp3
Podcast at http://dgiVista.org/pod/colin2.mp3
Podcast at http://dgiVista.org/pod/colin3.mp3
Podcast at http://dgiVista.org/pod/colin4.mp3
Podcast feed at http://dgivista.org/pod/Vista_Podcasts.xml
Podcast feed for iTunes at itpc://dgivista.org/pod/Vista_Podcasts.xml
More from my site
- October 29, 2014 On Ghomeshi
- May 2, 2011 PoliticsRespun.org Election Night Liveblog, maybe
- April 11, 2011 La lutte continue: Vancouver pulls pay-for-democracy bylaw, but a new one’s coming. (cue ominous music?)
- April 8, 2011 Charging $1,200 to democratically assemble, Vision Vancouver looks to China for advice on (anti) free speech laws.
- April 7, 2011 I’m voting for the least offensive candidate to try and avoid the most offensive government. I wish.
- June 29, 2010 Campaign Stops Corporate Voting in BC Municipalities, Probably
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is a husband, father, professor
, speaker, consultant
, former suburban Vancouver high school English and Social Studies teacher who changed careers because the BC Liberal Party has been working hard to ruin public education. He has various English and Political Science degrees and has been writing political, social and economic editorials since November 2002. Stephen is in Twitter
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, and at his website, dgiVista.org